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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ..'FebruaryM. I-H 1. THI; DAILY The Industrial Sub-division Look ijito ail olasjsc.s of'investments. "In vestibule as mueir as you like. You will fail lu find ajiytiling1 tliul everything considered, as attractivc a :us FA 1 R'MONT. Come in and talk it over. Representing: American Life Assurance Cc., London Guarantee and Assurance Co., Liu1., of London. AT--Calgary, Edmonton, LETHBRJDGE, Nantoh, f LOOKTiiKS 2 and Diifferiu, each. 5 Sou, 'Ronuias Si., "snap" ?fivO .each. lane, truest, ami Burnous. bal. (J anil VL mouths un the above u.lols faQiuf cast, William St., ?0i5u each. PHONE 1M4 L. S. RIPLEY CO. OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK.' TO CARRY INSURANCE AGAMTBAD WEATHER ship fee i'or UK? HOXI. ili.s- nifi.sed, and Hs legality ii'it-sUojsed ii: view of flip oath lakr-n m Uie iary thai ail the money had .lumps ol !ciiuj Hai Mriu'k ii popular opinion when IK- said Hint, wheii ilu: exhibitor accepted in? I--------- I'or thf amount Ins tin.ui ,L f it TV i i r 4 1L ai'd vv'rn niem- 1 Proposition or the Department 01 Agriculture- i year. money coultl be said to have buen J. of maintained that practice not tair io the small exhibitor. lu re- ply io a question, .Mi-.'Craig said that Methods of Financing Fairs- Address by HL Craig The H. MACBETH AGENCY: INSURANCE LOANS SHERLOCK FOR I VIY Furnished House and seven' lots, facing east on William St for .AT LESS JJlAiY.MARKET PttlCK 2 lois'Tvest side Ktuck il'S, close to Courilaud St. rll'O K lots west Fide Block 129 runulng south from lane; only C-HSU; ami S R. V. GIBBONS CO. .Phont 118V Ott Block portion of yvster'Jay uf tonjoon's session of ilio Kairs I Associauou convention talcer; tip I wUJi ;i very practical ijy II. A. superintendent of fairs and iiv 5Muii.cs, on and rail's. He Invited during the idea, he threw out iho of getting men to promissory notes I'or, say, and redeeming them with money from fees or. return- a man's membership expired :it the op if ol thr- iioyt annual ol tho next annual nioecini; af- ter tlie fair, hut mder tliu anieiulnnnit to the ordinance three: months. can r.eyjbmmeud .this ars ;i safe ntid sure investDHMII. iXOJRTIi .UJiALT-X" CO. WES.TMINST.ER ROAD. PHONE 53C j K'njilaniJ. to carry ir.s.irauce for fails'H out early losses from bad v.'eather. Tiie'to business men and produced rev- is willing to" undertake tiiaj CIMIR. Several of ibo delegates said risk, and ihe terms only ri.niiam to brj! mat" tiurli a'lyertisinx was useless to Uie business men. hut many thought .in nuromi'.-ing his subject, .Mr. niot the cost of the lists f-ould lie. cov said that during Uie fairr; of Al-jercd in. this way, believed thai hid i alien a. distinct step forward; entry fees for out by .May 1st, and he hoped all societies would a copy ;o the tie-: pa rim cm by May lo. Hy so doiiis1 they 1 jiive thu.exhiliiiors a betier r-iiance to' set their stock ready fur exhibition. A fair is hound to be a failure. 1 i and a woiiclcrfnl improvement over i ert, and was emphatic: in bis belief that should -be chnru: 1( ieavu.s ,oo many things to be decid-1 -Mc-n suiti'.iile tor spec i Bow Island Townsiti How Island is at present -i -1 tcntiou tluiii any oiluM' town in tSouilicni beL'fvnse is now on I'ooi: a lo inakt.1 it the distrihiitiiiii1 point XATUKAL GAS SYSTEM ost-inisited to rosi and io co'vjiyr in Soiiilici'ii Alliorin. "Aiaicrial nhw mid llic companv ijitend.s to I. O 7" ,t the'fairs of five years ago. when he' enincs. should close several days j u; so took bis present office, very lore the .opening: of the fair, and secretary in one oans. M oil e y A Few bargains in e t y o tir farm on 'slidft .notice. section tracts CX W; KERR CO. 0. J. 'liathrpp, Res.- Manager. j ijureut. Takittij the advancement as a j this he wag heartily supported, nasis, he predicted a bright future for i Proper'Attractions the Alberta fairs. In ibis iin-j receipts were very necessary, provemei tiori had where people can find him any lime tlie fair. secretary musv be a courteous man. with "time for cv- i _ ._.. _ Alberta Fairs Associa-' ;UH! no i'air slionhl iie excused for not j cryUiiusi and .everybody." lie should beeii a su-ong influence. lie! havinj; 'its srounds enclosed after, the J see thai, me books are in shape compared the nreaont convention with j.nrst year or two. Tlie men. at .the 'gate the first held in Calory si.v years be on hand early to avoid what when seven men constituted tlie whole a sreat leak in receipts. The sccre- tury should be the only man to issue r-nsses. (Overy society should have a stand., even though ir. ;vas only small one a-, first. The receipts caretul-stiidv for niyl'c lhau vecuiupenseil the expendi- association, -and orgnnix-ed it Financing Fairs said1'' ne 'nail never maimed naam-rci a- fair; but he bad ma-I tor the fair day. witu-all entries made] tidier issued and bonks ready for ilie) reports of the judges. ICntrteVshcuM close as least two days before tho fair j opens, and the society should nil hero; absolutely to ihc An exhibiior' !af; more i st.Mcic -shoulil all lie' will not be" 'the staiis for-t jyor.r.-. in first the Hnanc- of aiioircd rht-rks -ivcii to m? of -fairs, the. speaker said chat ir j wacuojis ami sideshows. .In.larger j Having them. These O rent Snows Mean Orca! -The to-buy real estaie is novr. bave'-Mots'nesr the oJd fair grounds to sell for each on very easy Snisll casli paymenl, and small monthly pay- _meiits. Xo v. KW. .lOHNSOfS BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. SOUTH {was ;i business proposition and iia-l i.oilsUrs are necessary to set thej Get Outside Exhibits I be done by burd-hcjuied business aiotli-1 bur ihey shuiihl be allow-{ k of i> lair ;iro oil otls. aud in it tlio persona 1 touch I0 overshadow the agricultural and ibis meant, a. great deal. j wires of the fair For small fairs lo-; accomplishecl enrni 'taking" up ihe different sources: of j ca! courcsts. s.nrb contests: iuj lns stock to conic in. revenue. discusst-U That j of membership fees. The government: site Ml to V; 'and they will, nndouhu'dly' viUi.te'- six inonrlss. Come and aLonecJ oc o come n. ing. and stalling and ball j directors shouiii arrange mattns os were suitable.- These attrai.-as lo iric-rcase t'he iiuerest in Ih-? gnvernmeni-propopc.': i-> in-; i FOR RENT FURNISHED I pays collar for dollar for membership; slionltl not he. brought on uniii jiees tip to but yet the ureat ma- aft-er Lbe judging- is completed. struct all the judges to the first horiTy of societies memberships' Keeping out Fakirs j auiiuals placed in a cortain i of less than 150. and a large majority; ..Mthoi'isiji the jfanuiig of privileges! The sDClaiy shoubJ have a j IIMI. Hnis inciivrin.ij a 1'niitTuI of stand of some sorr. ar. judsiim I loss. Oue way to 50: members was forhrs should bo strictly, barred, and noth- so that people can sir clonu ami wrifh la tuan or t.wo. generally the secretary j savoring- 01 filth should be allow-j the judging, 'i'he exhibitor should fix j ami president, to yet om ami set them i ed. if i! is not suitable for a director's) rncir animal? up: in a sinv.-mmiiikr btir-the better way wns to set an or-! stsier or dj'.u.nhier to it is-not manner. .Midges rennoiiK piiii- at work. 'I'll'.- ability of a! able for any one elsc's'datighter or sis-i licly for ilieir decisions tieclared good business man to uet good men j rcr. All societies should reserve the to be detrimental to ihe fair, bur ilui j around him to work is a sign of sue-! right to any attraction .withoat judges should givo privately their rooi'ued 'inoilern hotirfi1. ver i ui are gVeai .'V-iiy. 'have only n fcxv-ol' our in Hal. and ihe firsi lliji.i.ii" vo'u 'will' he hue for "in" 'floor. in 'houses. :in ihe iel't Soulli y o M-iii I'iiT. ce.s. Srosujil alrcauy tn.keu bai in a :SPW and v.-ay. iioth livr dire'-iorate :i iiv" siorrreinry woi-i-i ntMVsarv. should j. was einphnsixeci, so ?.s lo facilitate j early in the year, and IBS- {h St LOOK AJIfiADI REAL ESTATE WILL SUR LY ADVANCE IN f HE'.. NEAR FUTURE "V 6 lots on 7th Avenue (Lori-'. ilon IW.J 2 blocks from "nenr; r' I-'ost. Offfcc'sitr.- ssno each. H lois, 25, Uuff, oarli. fi lots. Block 25, S2-'5ii each. havfl several btiys rfo'r.'v.V houses. i'l List yniir for fi'iick sale. REAL ESTATE AND FhNAN-: CIAL.BROKERS PHONE 1183 307 6TH ST. RAILWAY PASSENGERS IN- SURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENG. Delaware Fire Ins. .Co.., Assurance Co. VVasbington Fire Ins. Co; Columbia Fire Ins. Co. to avoid tlie of lug money shoiiJd re'iiriir'd wSieiher ibere w ;o fill in them or nut. Grants All ibe Jyn- TO any v.'lrii a iov, s-oi'ipauy a of land only jn ins! :i to used if.r society Tlu- gel tins ol tnonr-y from trr.: in- -n purpose of luiying land was ndvisc'l 'i'lir bank rtMvipabir in ti.-nn.-- from the bank. 1! and fairs hy supply nf hnml ati r.r- liti cine. vhm. for of auric-uliitn1.: or im-. tuts ou: vi-ry and ir bavins ;ir- T adilrrss.-'.; hy .lobn R'srn :nnl .Matkit: cf Ma- No tlf- IN- n dT iijf- i r'aii- had h .in or.ient that V-HS c-f.r Mr. told huw Mip fair jrratli (inainrd. and gave' somV valuable succfstii'mx; Mr'.. vliarjfiui: pfrson each lime" thrv t'ililTl'.'i llii- oilier ihan fr.irs, he said. "Tht- saeifiy should work in ri-niiwnun tlir govern- ment in jtsi- disi ribuiior.